OSE Immunotherapeutics Adds Boehringer Ingelheim To Its Pharma Partnering List
Collaborating with the German family-controlled drug maker on OSE's novel checkpoint inhibitor aligns with French firm's strategy of partnering its portfolio candidates.
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